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Chemistry Lab-Heat of Fusion

Students determine the heat of fusion of ice. In this heat of fusion lesson plan, students use a calorimeter to measure the molar heat of fusion of ice. Students determine the heat required to melt one mole of ice using hot water and ice to measure the temperature changes of both. They answer 4 post lab questions and compare their data to other students. They write an equation for the melting of ice including kJ required.

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Grade
9th - Higher Ed
Subjects
Science
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategy
Inquiry-Based Learning
Included Materials
  • Worksheet

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